Did you know that iFLY Orlando added seven points to the Indoor Cloud League August account?
posted: Aug 29th, 2015 Florida's Indoor Cloud League team came back together at iFLY Orlando last Thursday to add a few more points to the ICL August account.
Five lineups took on the same August sequences that the earlier group on August 13th had mastered with a total of 102 points. Last Thursday's ICL team actually lost the internal competition with the first ICL team at iFLY Orlando by six points. However, two of the five lineups were able to improve the previous scores.
DeLand Flashpoint showed up with the complete lineup (Jairo Garcia, Steve Hubbard, Alix... (more)
Did you know that the Czech Zeleny and Zluti juniors are scoring more and higher?
posted: Aug 25th, 2015 Old and new Dutch 4-way champion M4trix was the first AAA Class team this month posting scores and videos for the August sequence of the Indoor Cloud League competition.
iFLY Orlando's AAA Class lineup had no chance to keep up, neither with the Dutch national team nor with the Czech national 4-way team Bad Boys, who now followed up with a 26-pointer as the new current highscore for the AAA Class sequences (G,6,F,3).
Dutch AA Class team 4igami had added the 13-pointer to the Roosendaal account before competing at the Dutch... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando opened the Indoor Cloud League August competition with 102 points?
posted: Aug 16th, 2015 The first Indoor Cloud League scores and videos for the August sequences are posted, and a complete set for the six categories was provided by the Florida Skydiving League team at iFLY Orlando.
The FSL group met last Thursday for the first tunnel night this month, just a few days before the next outdoor competition. The 18 FSL flyers put together six different lineups, and four of them contributed scoring points to iFLY Orlando's ICL August account for a total of 102 points.
Hal Spence, Sebastian Jimenez, James Hall and Kurt Gaebel posted... (more)
Did you know that consistent team training makes a difference?
posted: Aug 11th, 2015 It's time for the BEST OF THE MONTH video of the Indoor Cloud League. July was one of the few months with no tied highscores for all six categories.
The ICL participation has grown to a point where chances are little that any of the teams can easily walk away from the field. The July competition was in fact the first time in the young history of the Indoor Cloud League that two teams ended up tied in 1st place.
iFLY Orlando and iFLY SF Bay were separated by one single point in July 2014 (131 - 130) for the previously closest battle. Last... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando and SkyVenture Montreal added the last Indoor Cloud League July scores?
posted: Aug 5th, 2015 The July leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League is finally complete. SkyVenture Montreal and iFLY Florida submitted the last scores and videos, which created the biggest ICL leaderboard this year.
It is also the first time that scores and videos were submitted from eight different wind tunnels, after the 26-pointer submission by M4trix from the Netherlands.
Florida's ICL group at iFLY Orlando could not get the highest total number of points, as the videos on the second event in July were not judgeable. The Sun Path Products NSL News story... (more)
Did you know that Lori Connor's iFLY SF Bay team needed a tie-breaker in the AA Class?
posted: Aug 3rd, 2015 The drama of the Indoor Cloud League's July competition is far from over.
The Bad Boys have posted the highscores for the AAA/AA sequences, and the SportFlight team at the Hurricane Factory is still only in 4th place. At the same time, Katie Woods is feverishly working on the missing SkyVenture Montreal videos, while there is also a missing update from iFLY Orlando after the last Indoor Cloud League event on July 30th.
iFLY Dallas and iFLY Seattle are holding on to their current lead that they may carry over the quickly approaching finish... (more)